In recent years, prices of used Japanese cars have soared to such highs, such that they’re no longer considered just cars, they’re rolling investments secure enough to make Bitcoin investors weep and Ferrari owners weak at the knees. We’re not just talking about the iconic Toyota Supra, Nissan GTR or Honda NSX, practically every model that represents a modicum of JDM (Japan Domestic Market) rarity or performance has ridden the bandwagon of adding zeros to the back of their selling price. Also re
The BMW Group has a habit of timing the bragging of its sales achievement one day after Mercedes-Benz has announced theirs. The pride of Munich likes to play “Show me yours and I will you show you mine, but after you.” So one day after Mercedes-Benz Cars announced that they have delivered 1,182,724 cars in the first half of 2021 (up 25.1 percent from last year), the BMW Group said they have delivered 1,339,080 cars, up 39.1 percent from last year. The numbers for BMW Group are inclusive of MINI
Mitsubishi Motors announced today that it will be supporting a Thai privateer team Team Mitsubishi Ralliart in this year’s Asia Cross Country Rally, which will take place from August 6 to 12, in Thailand. Team Mitsubishi Ralliart is a private team owned by TANT SPORTS in Thailand. Although it’s not quite a factory-owned team, the team is backed by Mitsubishi Motors themselves, with Mitsubishi’s Dakar Rally legend Hiroshi Masuoka as team director. The team will be joining the rally in a Mitsubish
The Honda Civic is one of the cars with the longest legacy in the world, it's a product that has been around across centuries and it's still living strong (somewhat) despite a few ups and downs. With the world shifting to smaller segment cars and SUVs, is it still worth considering? Now in its tenth-generation, the Honda Civic FC have since made a powerful comeback after a few uncompetitive years. Many were enamoured by the new 1.5-litre turbocharged engine and Honda's first-class practicality t
Mitsubishi Xpander leads Honda BR-V Mitsubishi Triton leads Isuzu D-Max Sales up 91 percent The Big-3 Japanese car brands in Malaysia is no longer Toyota, Honda, and Nissan. As of the end of 2021, it’s now Toyota, Honda, and Mitsubishi. Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM) ended 2021 with 17,489 vehicles sold. That’s almost double its performance in 2020, when MMM shifted just 9,163 units. Nissan, represented by Edaran Tan Chong Motor, ended 2021 with 12,287 units sold, versus 14,160 units in 2020.
While Perodua’s upcoming D55L crossover SUV might be launched in 2021, that doesn’t mean you can’t stop dreaming about how you want to give your future Perodua a makeover. As it is already on sale in Japan as the Daihatsu Rocky/Toyota Raize, this gives the Japanese tuning maestros a chance to show ways to flex on the little crossover. Albermo, a customization house based in Yamaguchi Prefecture in Japan, gained some fame online a few months ago as the proud brains behind the Lamborghini Urus-ins